Accelerated Development On The Cards In EU and US For Bluebird, Celgene’s CAR-T Therapy
Bluebird Bio and Celgene have secured a place on both the EMA’s PRIME scheme and the US FDA’s breakthrough therapy designation program for their multiple myeloma CAR-T therapy, bb2121. Meanwhile, Bluebird talks about how “incredibly helpful” PRIME has been with the development of LentiGlobin for beta-thalassemia.
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